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Re: [opensuse] Dumpkeys, euro vs en_EE.UU..UTF-8

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] Dumpkeys, euro vs en_EE.UU..UTF-8
From: Michael Fischer <michael@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 2 Apr 2012 01:36:08 -0400
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En *Mon, *Apr 02, David *Haller escribió:
> Hola,
> 
> En Sol, 01 *Apr 2012, Michael *Fischer escribió:
> >Puede cualquiera pista me en tan a cómo para utilizar *dumpkeys (o potencialmente 
> >un UTF-8 sucesor consciente) en 12.1 con *en_EE.UU..UTF-8?
> 
> *xmodmap -*pke

Aquello es un bueno un. *Thanks.

> *xev

*Yep, utilizado a que cuando confirmando mi /.*Xmodmap

> Aquí un *snippet de mi /.*Xmodmap:
> 
> *keycode  26 = *e *E *EuroSign *eacute
> ! Uso tanto Ganar-llaves como *AltGr/Nivel_de ISO/de cambio_de Modo3_Cambio:
> *keycode 115 = cambio_de Modo cambio_de Modo
> *keycode 116 = cambio_de Modo cambio_de Modo

*Hmm. Tengo el 'carta' llave (entre 'gana' y correcto *ctrl) *mapped *thusly:

*keycode 135 = *Multi_clave
y entonces lo utilizo puesto que 'compone', *e.*g. (*multi-Llave y ') _entonces_ *e para *é.

No seguro cómo para utilizar esta "cosa_de cambio" del Modo. Probé 

! 35 es la letra '*e'
*keycode 135 = cambio_de Modo cambio_de Modo
*keycode 35  = *e *E *EuroSign *EuroSign

$ *xmodmap /.*Xmodmap

Y probado pulsando ambos 'carta' y '*e' (o Cambio-*e) junto, y en
*succession. Todo conseguía era '*e' y '*E'. Qué la manera correcta de hacerlo?

*BTW, dónde  encuentro una lista de tales valores (como *xmodmap aceptaría)
gusta '*EuroSign' y '*eacute', *etc.? `Hombre *xmodmap` no sugirió cualquier cosa
obvio a mí.

Espera, justo he descubierto /*usr/participación/*X11/*locale/*en_EE.UU..UTF-8/Compone,
el cual me dice a *multi-llave '=' con '*C' para *EuroSign. Todo que imprime
para mí en un *xterm es un espacio de espacio. € .. *hmm. Evidentemente *vi lo puede hacer.. €

Por qué el espacio de espacio? De hecho ₤ tiene el mismo problema.

> Tendrías que utilizar '*xev' para comprobar si aquellos son el correcto *keycodes para ti.

/me *nods.

Muchos *thanks. Esto es la aproximación estoy buscando.

Michael
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On Mon, Apr 02, David Haller wrote:
> Hello,
> 
> On Sun, 01 Apr 2012, Michael Fischer wrote:
> >Can anyone clue me in as to how to use dumpkeys (or potentially 
> >a UTF-8 aware successor) on 12.1 with en_US.UTF-8?
> 
> xmodmap -pke

That's a good one. Thanks.

> xev

Yep, used to that when confirming my ~/.Xmodmap

> Here's a snippet from my ~/.Xmodmap:
> 
> keycode  26 = e E EuroSign eacute
> ! use both Win-keys as AltGr/Mode_switch/ISO_Level3_Switch:
> keycode 115 = Mode_switch Mode_switch
> keycode 116 = Mode_switch Mode_switch

Hmm. I've got the 'menu' key (between 'win' and right ctrl) mapped thusly:

keycode 135 = Multi_key
and then I use it for 'compose', e.g. (multi-key and ') _then_ e for é.

Not sure how to use this "Mode_switch" thing. I tried 

! 35 is the letter 'e'
keycode 135 = Mode_switch Mode_switch
keycode 35  = e E EuroSign EuroSign

$ xmodmap ~/.Xmodmap

And tried pressing both 'menu' and 'e' (or Shift-e) together, and in
succession. All I got were 'e' and 'E'. What's the right way to do it?

BTW, where would I find a list of such values (as xmodmap would accept)
like 'EuroSign' and 'eacute', etc.? `man xmodmap` didn't suggest anything
obvious to me.

Wait, I've just discovered /usr/share/X11/locale/en_US.UTF-8/Compose,
which tells me to multi-key '=' with 'C' for EuroSign. All that prints
for me in an xterm is a blank space. € .. hmm. Obviously vi can do it.. €

Why the blank space? Actually ₤ has the same problem.

> You should use 'xev' to check if those are the right keycodes for you.

/me nods.

Many thanks. This is the approach I'm looking for.

Michael
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